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The experience of Malaysian occupational therapists in conducting home assessments and home visits with older clients

@inproceedings{Romli2017TheEO,
  title={The experience of Malaysian occupational therapists in conducting home assessments and home visits with older clients},
  author={Muhammad Hibatullah Romli and Lynette Mackenzie and Maw Pin Tan and Meryl Lovarini and Lindy M Clemson},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction: Home visits are complex processes for clients and occupational therapists. Despite the benefits of home visits, the numbers of home visits being conducted are decreasing in international settings due to service constraints or client reluctance. Published international studies may not be applicable to Malaysia due to cultural and geo-demographic differences relating to the home context. This study aimed to explore the experience of occupational therapists in Malaysia in conducting… 
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